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AI Will Impact 60% of Jobs in Advanced Economies Like United States

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AI, as predicted by the Managing Director of the IMF, is expected to significantly impact the job market in advanced economies, with approximately 60 percent of jobs at risk.

Even jobs that are not replaced by AI may undergo significant changes.

The IMF report also highlights challenges for emerging markets and developing economies, as they may miss out on potential benefits, widening digital and economic divides. (Trending: Bombshell UFO Footage Released To The Public)

“Advanced economies, some emerging markets, are going to see 60 percent of their jobs impacted, and then it goes down to 40 percent for emerging markets, 26 percent for low-income countries,” Kristalina Georgieva said.

“Your job may disappear altogether — not good — or artificial intelligence may enhance your job so you actually will be more productive and your income level may go up.”

“We must focus on helping low-income countries in particular to move faster to be able to catch the opportunities that artificial intelligence will present,.” Georgieva added.

“In other words, embrace it, it is coming. So artificial intelligence, yes, is a little scary. But it is also a tremendous opportunity for everyone.”

Additionally, Mike Rowe believes that AI is more likely to impact white collar workers, while skilled labor may be less affected due to the specific skill sets required.

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